A couple of years ago I wouldn’t have imagined myself blogging about this. Really. I notice a lot of stores nowadays are starting to have their own plus size sections. That’s great and all, but some places don’t know how to fit us bigger girls. Places like Target and H&M just make the clothes bigger, but with no shape. Just tents for us to wear. Above are 3 pairs of skinny jeans by 3 different companies that I own.
- First row is from Forever 21, Regular Length Skinny Jeans. Couldn’t find the same colour on the website, but it’s the same style. They’re comfy, but it’s very loose in the waist region and part of the ass region. My thighs feel tight but yet my pants feel as if they’re constantly falling even with a belt. They’re only $14 so they’re great for work and everyday stuff.
- Second row is from Tripp NYC, The Black Skinny Pant. They’re very fitted but not tight. Moving around is easy and it gives you a great silhouette. A bit tight on the calves, but that’s because I have thick calves from years of ice hockey. haha I got them on sale for $30 and they’re worth that price. Originally they’re about $48, but it’s worth the investment because I own a lot of clothes from Tripp and it’s very durable.
- Third row is from Torrid, Sophia Skull Print Skinny Jeans. I couldn’t find the jeans on their site but found a similar pair. These are also quite fitted with some stretch in the fabric. I guess if you’re going to be doing lots of lunges. haha These have the best parts of the other 2 pair: fit and flexibility without having a saggy ass look. More like dat ass. haha These are originally $68 and I got them for $50.
I know a lot of girls out there feel that Torrid’s overpriced and I do agree, but sometimes it’s good to pay more for better quality and fitting. The models on those sites are usually a size 14, I’m a 16, was an 18, whooo!! Ninja Turtle diet is working!!
There’s a lot of my ass in this post. hahaha!!